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Old 02-02-2003, 09:53 AM
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Im looking for a front end for a -48
Pontiac streamliner (6Cyl)Can any of you nice guys give me a hint of what would be the best
donor car?
ANY help is more than welcome!THX

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May sound strange but how about a Volvo
front supension? Great design that looks like it'll unbolt as a unit with rack and pinion steering. You could also order a Mustang II unit from the US that could either bolt or weld in, your frame should be awful close to a chev of the same year. Look at RB's , Fatman, and Chassis Engineering just name a few.
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1978-86 El caminos & malibus have a 58" track.Ther cheap & a good match for a lot of rods.
THE Camaros are the same design but a wider track.

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